The most esteemed information provider in the igaming world, iGaming Business, has hailed this year’s iGaming Super Show an overwhelming success with delegates up 9% year-on-year. An imposing number of 4,718 delegates attended the 4-day event at the Amsterdam RAI, the biggest exhibition space in the Netherlands.
The Number of Delegates Increases
In comparison to the last year, the number of operators and affiliates in appearance also rose sharply - up to 16%. More precisely, a remarkable number of 105 countries were represented at the conference alongside the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Malta topping the list. Out of the entire group of delegates, 18% held the position of CEO or MD, 14% were affiliates and 15% were affiliate managers or directors.
A Real Accomplishment
iGaming Business’ head of operations Shona ODonnell commented: “This year’s iGaming Super Show proved to be real accomplishment, judging by the numbers, and we’re delighted to be 9% up, from 12 months ago.
“We have worked extremely hard to create an event for all business needs and provide world-class learning opportunities, across all sectors.”
We have worked extremely hard to create an event that brings the entirety of the igaming industry together, catering for all business needs and providing world-class learning and networking opportunities across all sectors. While this year’s iGaming Super Show was the biggest yet, most pleasing was the hugely positive feedback we’ve received from delegates and exhibitors alike.”
“Most pleasing was the positive feedback we’ve received from the delegates.”
“This year’s IGSS also boasted the very first SBC Betting Forum, a track dedicated to sports betting that was curated by team at SBC.”
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The iGaming Super Show is the biggest dedicated iGaming exhibition and conference for the igaming industry and is being organised to meet the needs from a networking, education and business perspective. The 2017 iGaming Super Show featured eight events in one location including dedicated payments, regulation and compliance, sports betting, binary/financial and affiliate events.